Friday’s earthquake in Bangladesh had a magnitude of 4.8. The Northeast region, including Guwahati in Assam, was shaken by the tremors. There were no reports of any casualties or property loss as a result of the earthquake.
From the India, Today News Desk: Guwahati, Assam, and other areas of the Northeastern region experienced earthquake tremors on Friday.
Bangladesh was the epicentre of the earthquake, which had a Richter scale magnitude of 4.8, according to the National Centre of Seismology.
There were no reports of any casualties or property loss as a result of the earthquake.
An official bulletin from earlier on June 11 reported a 3.6-magnitude earthquake that had struck Assam’s central region.
It stated that there had been no immediate reports of any fatalities, injuries, or property damage.
According to a report from the National Centre for Seismology, the most recent earthquake was felt at 11:35 am, with its epicentre located in Sonitpur district on the Brahmaputra river’s northern bank.
It said the earthquake was five kilometres deep.